Use the settings in this section to control how thumbnails are displayed in the Browser and the Filmstrip. Use the settings here to set the Thumbnail Width and Ratio of Sides. To quickly resize thumbnails within the Browser, use the slider on its toolbar or scroll the mouse wheel while holding down [Ctrl].
Use the Show checkboxes, Adjustments from Develop Module, Keywords, Ratings and Labels, Photo information, Text information, Audio / Video information, GPS, Digital Signature, and System Icon options to change what information icons are shown by the thumbnails.
Show checkboxes is especially useful for people who work with ZPS using touch devices such as graphics tablets. It is displayed as an icon .
The Adjustments from Develop Module option makes ZPS show an icon next to a file’s thumbnail if non-destructive edits in the Develop module have been made for that file.
The Keywords option makes ZPS show an icon next to a file’s thumbnail if that file contains keywords in its metadata.
The Ratings and Labels option makes ZPS show a rating and/or a colored label next to a file’s thumbnail if that file has these. When Enable label interactions is active, you can change pictures’ ratings and labels while browsing their thumbnails instead of having to open their Previews.
The Photo Information option makes ZPS show a special icon next to photo files’ thumbnails. Hovering the mouse over this icon shows a tooltip with information on exposure time, aperture and ISO values. This icon is only displayed for files that actually have this information.
The Text Information option shows an icon next to the thumbnail of any photo whose metadata includes text information – Title, Description, Author, or Copyright. Hovering the mouse over this icon shows a tooltip with information on the picture’s title and description.
The GPS option shows an icon next to the thumbnail of any file whose metadata contains information on GPS coordinates or altitude.
The Digital Signature option shows shows an icon next to the thumbnail of any file that has been digitally signed.
The System Icon option shows an icon for the program that has been set as the default in Windows for opening files of this type.
You can set whether or not the program will Show file names for thumbnails in the Browser and whether or not it should Display extended information below thumbnails. This information should be displayed directly below thumbnails, or as tooltips. Use the Tooltip setting to adjust the contents of the information window that is shown when you run the mouse cursor over a file in the Browser.
The formatting of this information is configured using the program’s Metadata Tokens feature. You can set different information displays for photographs vs. videos. Use the controls at the bottom to set what information is shown in the Tiles listing mode.